64 year old Manhattan man leaps to his suicide death off 16th floor luxury Tribeca apartment. Coronavirus pandemic sited as possible reason by building residents.
The unidentified man jumped from a 16th-floor window of the Tribeca Park apartment building on Chambers Street near North End Avenue, where he lived, at about 11 p.m. Friday, police said.
The resident landed in the building’s courtyard and was pronounced dead at the scene.
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Coronavirus pandemic cited:
‘I came out to smoke a cigarette, and they told me someone jumped,’ one building resident, who declined to be named told via the nypost. ‘It’s upsetting.’
‘You have to be mentally strong to take on isolation. The uncertainty of what’s going to happen is scary,’ the woman added.
The coronavirus crises has also led to the plummeting of economic activity in major metropolis US cities and has led to an anticipated recession and scrambling and avoiding of ruin as the devolving situation continues to exacerbate with no end in sight.